The best cash back credit cards for active duty US military servicemembers can put up to 6% back in your bank account. Cash back cards are great if you do not travel frequently or you just want to be rewarded
The credit card benefits available to active duty military servicemembers are outstanding. Thanks to two laws called the Military Lending Act (MLA) and the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA), military personnel and their spouses can access the best luxury cards
American Express waives the annual fees on all their cards for active duty military servicemembers. This includes the $550/year AMEX Platinum. The company does this to comply with the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act (SCRA) and the Military Lending Act (MLA).
Hilton Hotels offers free Diamond Status for active duty military members through the Hilton Honors Aspire Card from American Express. Normally, this card costs $450 annually, but AMEX waives the fee for military servicemembers. American Express currently offers 3 Hilton
Chase now waives all annual fees on their personal credit cards for active duty military servicemembers and spouses. This includes the ultra-lux Chase Sapphire Reserve, with $300 of annual travel credit and a 50,000 point welcome bonus after spending $4000
The American Express Platinum card is offered with no annual fee to military servicemembers on active duty (Title 10) orders. The AMEX Platinum military benefit is exceptional and every military member should take advantage of it. Learn more about this excellent, no fee
My recent experience with flight cancellation compensation from American Airlines was extremely easy and fast, thanks to some expert help. I received $1003.01 in cash compensation from AA for a cancelled flight for 2 passengers in less than 4 weeks.
The Lowe’s military discount is generously offered to all active, guard, reserve, veteran, honorably discharged, and retirees of the US armed forces and their immediate families. Lowe’s extends their gratitude to all the men and women who currently serve or
Earning airline, credit card, and hotel points is a lucrative hobby. You don’t need to travel at all to rack of 100,000s of points through credit card welcome bonuses. Here’s a list (updated monthly) of credit cards with bonuses worth
Below is a guest post from “Derp,” a Naval officer who writes at “The Derp Report.” Derp’s blog is a collection of some of the best posts I have seen with regards to credit card bonuses and maximizing your benefits